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No. 169

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Charlie Maag and Steve Phillipi enjoy some fresh air while being all gimped up after a couple of nasty accidents resulting in surgery for both, Charlie with a broken hip and Steve with

Quite the Pair

a broken leg. With ample time on their hands while getting healed up, the two decided to have a walker race. At stake was to see who had to hobble inside for the next refreshment.

More than 6 million young people across the country today will be celebrating National 4-H Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of October. Valley County 4-H leverages National 4-H

Week to celebrate the great things that the 4-H youth development program offers young people and highlights the incredible 4-H young people who each day work to a make a positive impact on their community. Valley County members are celebrating National 4-H Week by decorating the D & G window, visiting the schools to share their 4-H experiences

and with radio spots telling about 4-H. 4-H is a leading 4-H organization in America where members gain leadership skill, project skills, and most importantly life skills says Valley County 4-H Extension Agent Roubie Younkin. All Valley County youth ages 6 to 18 are invited and encouraged to join their friends in a local 4-H Club. Members

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OCTOBER 4 - 10

95 Min.

EVERYONE is invited to come say hi and enjoy a meal as a thank you for the many thoughts and prayers over the past year and a half and especially since he was hospitalized in June. Please refrain if you have any signs of illness. Hope to see you all there!

Join family and friends for a Welcome Home BBQ Open House Saturday, October 12 12:00-6:00PM 212 2nd Ave North

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4:00 - 7:00PM
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4:10 - 7:15 - 9:15PM

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319 Klein Ave. Glasgow, MT 406-228-9871


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As Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 6-12) continues

The biggest disaster threat to American families isnt floods, hurricanes or tornadoes; its fire. The American Red Cross responds to a disaster every eight minutes and nearly all of these are home fires. Home fires are a common and deadly threat because they happen so quickly, said Rod Kop, CEO of Montana Red Cross. We urge everyone to become aware of what they should do to prevent a fire in their home. According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), there are almost 365,000 residential fires reported in the U.S. every year. These fires cause more than $6 billion in property loss. While the frequency of fire deaths has steadily decreased over the past ten years due to increased awareness and safety measures, more than 2,400 Americans still die every year in home fires. Here in Montana, the Red Cross responds to all kinds of disasters, says Kopp. But our most common response, bar none, is house fires.

Red Cross urges citizens to get serious about home fire prevention
The truth is that most home fires can be prevented. Homeowners should check for items that can be hazardous such as candles and space heaters common items that can turn dangerous very quickly. To help avoid a fire in the home, take these precautions: Keep items that can catch on fire at least three feet away from anything that gets hot, such as sources of heat or stoves. Never smoke in bed. Turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to sleep. SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES Install smoke alarms on every level of the home and outside each sleeping area. Put a smoke alarm inside every bedroom. Because smoke rises, put the alarms on the ceiling or high on the wall. Test the smoke alarms regularly. Install new batteries every year. Get new smoke alarms every ten years. MAKE A PLAN The Red Cross recommends that households develop a fire escape plan and practice it at least twice a year with everyone who lives in the home. People should know two ways to escape from every room and designate a safe place to meet outside the home in case of a fire. OTHER SAFETY TIPS Follow the escape plan in case of fire. Get out, stay out, and call 9-11 or the local emergency number. Install smoke alarms on every level of the house and inside bedrooms. Replace batteries in smoke alarms at least once a year. Test each alarm monthly by pushing the test button. Download the Red Cross First Aid App to get access to lifesaving information on what to do for common, everyday first aid emergencies including burns. The app is available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play for Android. People can visit http://www. for more steps they can take to lessen the chance of a fire in their home.

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appliances, cooking/baking, craft/sewing, bedding, parkas, sleeping bags, tent, books, all holiday decorations, office, dishes, old chairs, misc. things we havent seen in years! BARB & KEN HANSENS GARAGE, #5 RIVERVIEW RD (ON HWY 24 CUT OFF, E GLASGOW. BUZZ q STOARAGE UNIT RUMMAGE SALE: Sat., Oct. 12, 8:30am-1pm. Antique chairs, antique rocker, Redwing crock, lots more. TAYLOR STORAGE UNIT, MAIN BLDG. BUZZ FINAL BOOK SALE OF THE FALL: Sat., Oct. 12, 9am-2pm. New books, history, cooking. AT FARMERS MARKET. BUZZ PTI IS NOW HIRING: FT & PT Drivers to transport railroad crews in North Dakota & Montana. Retirees, Semi-Retirees and Vets encouraged to apply. CALL (812) 893-1220. BUZZ SAGEBRUSH LOUNGE IS HIRING: The Sagebrush Lounge is looking for a part time bartender to cover mix shifts during the week and Saturday day. Pay is D.O.E. PLEASE APPLY AT THE COTTONWOOD INN FRONT DESK OR CALL 228-8213 AND ASK FOR MELISSA. BUZZ GRD IS HIRING: The Glasgow Recreation Department is looking to fill a part time/full-time recreation clerk position. Duties include but are not limited to: greeting customers, answering phone, writing out receipts, making appointments, setting up for league activities and maintaining cleanliness of facility. This position will also include pro-rated benefits including: sick, vacation, health and retirement. Work schedule will essentially be 3 PM to 9 PM, Monday through Friday. Hours per week will range from 30 to 40 hours per week. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED YOU CAN PICK UP AN APPLICATION HERE AT THE RECREATION DEPT. OR AT JOB SERVICE. BUZZ EZZIES MIDTOWN IS LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME HELP: Starting wage is $9.00/hr with some benefits after a 3 month probationary period. Employee will work some 5am shifts & some 9am shifts with weekends & holidays. Some duties include running a cash register, filling propane, stocking inventory, making sure store is kept clean and doing daily paperwork. anyone interested can pick up an application at the station. BUZZ BOY SCOUT POPCORN SALES: Support your local Cub Pack #898 by buying delicious gourmet popcorn. If youve been missed or would like to place an order, CALL MIKE 654-4350.

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A storm system is set to hit Montana and the Dakotas tonight and into Friday. The area of heaviest rainfall will be the western Dakotas where an inch or better is in the forecast. Cooler temperatures will accompany the rainfall as well as gusty winds. As far as Valley County is concerned, it looks like were just going to get the cool part of the deal for the most part northern Valley is forecast for no precipitation while southern Valley could be getting a spattering of 0.05 inch.
Tonight: A 20 percent chance of rain before midnight. Cloudy, with a low around 42. Light and variable wind becoming north northwest 9 to 14 mph in the evening. Winds could gust as high as 18 mph.

Cooler days are here again

Friday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 55. Windy, with a northwest wind 15 to 20 mph increasing to 27 to 32 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 44 mph.

Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 32. Windy, with a northwest wind 20 to 30 mph decreasing to 7 to 17 mph. Winds could gust as high as 41 mph. Saturday: Sunny, with a high near 54. West northwest wind 8 to 13 mph becoming light. Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 31. North northwest wind around 8 mph becoming east northeast after midnight. Sunday: Partly sunny, with a high near 50. East northeast wind 10 to 13 mph. Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 33. Columbus Day: Mostly sunny, with a high near 51. Tuesday: Sunny, with a high near 53. Monday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 32. Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 33. Wednesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 57.

Stan Ozark- Experience You Can Trust

Elected as Valley County Public Administrator Elected - Valley County Government Review Study Commission Governor appointed chair of Montana Tourism Advisory Council Past President of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Past President of Two Rivers Economic Growth Past President of Glasgow Kiwanis Club Board Member Glasgow Housing Authority 24 years service as a high school football official

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Food & fellowship at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church

Bethel Lutheran of Grain and Our Redeemer Lutheran of Nashua will be having their joint Harvest Festival on Sunday, October 13th in Nashua. The guest speaker will be Tom Fauth with information about the youth center in Glasgow known as The Connection. They welcome all to attend the 11:15 a.m. worship service followed by a Pork Roast dinner. The meat and potatoes will be furnished. Bring a salad or pie to share. Freewill offering will be received. A Silent Auction of quilts, baked goods, handmade items, etc. will be held during the meal.

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Coming down the home stretch, both their walkers are now catching air as the drivers hit full speed after navigating a treacherous corner; and its Steve with a slight lead. With the finish line closing in, Charlie maneuvered in behind him in a drafting technique to slingshot past his competitor and a possible photo-finish victory, but quickly ditched that plan. I think Steve had beans and cabbage for lunch, Charlie protested upon the conclusion of the race, with Steve taking the checkered flag by about three walker lengths. And Steve, the gentle giant of a man he is, conceded that Charlies broken hip was much more of a restrictor plate than his busted lower leg. It was one heckuva good race, however, and more importantly, good to see that both are healing up in fine fashion. Charlies wreck occurred on August 8th when he and Neighbor Bob decided to rid a wasp nest on the eve of Charlies house. Well, the wasps werent too fond of the idea and quickly took to the task of defending their castle. One of them stung him in the neck and as he was backtracking out of there, tripped over his lawn mower (it was reported by Neighbor Bob that he didnt spill a drop of beer). A couple hours later he was on STAT Air to Billings. Steves bizarre accident occurred on Labor Day. While helping his brother in the hay field, his dog Turbo ran him over. Turbo, a rambunctious blue healer pup, was in the cab of the pickup and somehow managed to kick it into gear. In the process of trying to get the three-quarter ton stopped, Steve went down and the pickup ran him over. And it was a long crawl back to where the pickup came to rest where his cell phone was to make a call for help! Steve also ended up in Billings for surgery. But had one of them not been hurt, we would have never got to witness one great race amongst two great friends.

And the race is on!










Happy Anniversary Leo & Margaret Murr

Oct. 12, 2013

1,528 sq. ft. 3 bed 2 bath home with 1 car heated attached garage Warm cozy masonry gas fireplace in living room and formal dining room. Plenty storage with cedar lined closets throughout the house. Personal property includes kitchen appliances, kitchen table & chairs, bedroom sets and more. Updates include new roof and siding put on the house in 2007 and recent hot water boiler system. Nice corner lot with mature Ponderosa Pine trees. 20-916 Located 530 6th Street North

Asking $149,900

4-H Week continued from front

share in the club experience, enroll in projects that follow their interests, participate in community service learning projects and exhibit their efforts at the Northeast Montana Fair. 4-H members have the opportunity to participate in livestock judging contests, travel to other states to spend a week with 4-H members just like themselves, learn about our nations history and legislative process through a biennial Citizenship trip to Washington DC, Boston, and New York City. Members give of their time and efforts by serving our community in a variety of capacities. Older members share their knowledge gained through their 4-H experiences with younger members and others in the community. 4-H projects are not just livestock. Members explore the world of Robotics, Theatre Arts, Woodworking, Electricity, Shooting Sports and a kaleidoscope of other projects. There is something for everyone in 4-H! Research has proven that participation in 4-H has a significant positive impact on young people. Recent findings from the Tufts University 4-H Study of Positive Youth Development indicate that, when compared to their peers, young people in 4-H are: Nearly 4 times more likely to contribute to their communities, Two times more likely to pursue healthy behaviors, and Two times more likely to engage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs in the out-of-school time. In Valley County, more than 120 4-H members and 50 4-H volunteers. If you are interested in becoming involved with 4-H please contact the Valley County Extension Office at 2286241 or access our website at http://www.


Friday, October 11 5:00-10:00PM
AAetizer Buet Draft Specials Karaoke by Austin Sound 8am-1pm

Come wish Zack GGd Luck!

Sr. Citizen Menu STOREWIDE

Call for reservation by 10 AM 228-9500

Kate Parks, Levi Pankratz and Judy Pankratz were all smiles with their 4-H Poultry Project and a successful hatch of chicks. nior Citizen Men

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